- adj. Somewhat early
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. being somewhat early.
- adj. being somewhat early
- early + -ish (Wiktionary)
“Spooky turned in earlyish, but he and I were up until after five discussing ... well, lots.”
“Then maybe, if we cross in earlyish April, head over to little Alamos for a few days.”
“Three of Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander novels have been filmed by the BBC; the first (Sidetracked) will be shown at 9 p.m. on Sunday 30 November and in the USA earlyish next year.”
“I will watch Viggo in anything, and I'm fond of Cronenberg - earlyish Cronenberg, anyway.”
“The ITV version, incidentally, features the current Mr Darcy, Matthew MacFaddyn, in an earlyish role as Hareton Earnshaw.”
“I made the mistake of getting an iPhone earlyish and not waiting for the better 3Gs and the price drop.”
“Of course that assumes the Senate will pass something, but I think they will sometime earlyish next year. brewmn Says:”
“It was an earlyish Police gig, in a smallish theatre, maybe about a thousand people.”
“This may be a mild crud, as I have a scratchy throat, suddenly, so I think I will go to bed earlyish and see if that helps.”
“Some of my working friends have a Saturday evening thing where earlyish - 8, I think - on every other Saturday evening, they go out for two hours with a group of their friends.”
Looking for tweets for earlyish.